By the storytellers of Havenwood Heritage Heights
"Wonder what's in here?"
He's a cute kid.
Johnny - 3 years old, almost 4.
He's eating popcorn - he's smelling what he's eating and he wants her to see it.
He's with his mother, Mommy, Kathy. She's looking at him as if she likes what he's saying.
She thinks, "Gosh, I like my son."
She takes care of Johnny.
She likes to be at home but she likes to be doing important things like helping old ladies that can't take care of themselves.
Bob is her husband, Johnny's father. He is a 6th grade history teacher.
Kathy does things for the people. I don't think she works. She has a lot of friends.
Johnny's waiting for a sibling.
Johnny thinks his mom is perfect, dad's perfect too.
Kathy's a mother and she's just trying to let him know he's a good boy and he knows what he's doing and all the other stuff mothers do.
His shoes are too loose - he'll grow into them. Maybe they're his brother's.
Bob thinks Johnny is perfect.
Johnny likes to eat, keep busy, play with little cars, build with blocks, bang a drum, march.
He's too small to know what he wants to be when he grows up - he just knows he has a wonderful mother.
His parents just have hopes - they hope he'll go to college and do what he wants to do.
Before this, the day is beginning - she got him dressed and up (I don't think she does have work).
He had his breakfast - oatmeal, cereal.
They went outdoors to play. It looks like it's cold - we don't see any trees or anything warm. It's winter.
They played in the snow, went sliding (he looks too young to ski), built a snowman, had a snowball fight.
I don't think Kathy plays in the snow. Look at her hair, it would fall in her eyes.
You're never too small to build a snowman.
Next, they go inside and have some cocoa.
Then, Johnny takes a nap. Kathy gets some of her work done while he naps.
She loves her son.
I don't think she does much housework. She has a maid and the maid would stay.
Kathy would be able to go out for the afternoon - at that age they take a 3-4 hour nap.
She goes shopping, she may go to the neighbor's, to the library.
Maybe to get some books to show him.
Those dark glasses she has, it's strange. I wouldn't wear those in the house.
When she gets home she'll show him the books.
Kathy's gotta cook supper.
Bob comes home after work - the time depends upon what he has to do after school.
They eat supper and then Johnny has a bath.
He's put to be about 7 o'clock and they read him a bed time story and they say a little prayer.